TUESDAY 09 NOVEMBER 2021
Densitron Announces New IDS Reseller to Serve Growing French Market
CRAWLEY, UK, 9 November 2021: Densitron, the global leader in innovative Human Machine Interaction (HMI) and display technology, has announced the appointment of Paris-based ACE Medias Tools as a new reseller for its Intelligent Display System (IDS) platform. The news underlines the continued growth of IDS throughout the French market, with demand coming from both broadcast and non-broadcast environments.
Founded in 2016, ACE has established a formidable presence as a distributor and developer of broadcast software solutions. This is due in no small part to its founding team of three media industry experts, each of whom has more than 20 years of broadcast experience. Drawing on ongoing interaction with industry stakeholders, ranging from radio hosts and journalists to senior engineers, ACE has developed a powerful and market-responsive inventory of software and web applications for radio, TV and streaming.
The news underlines the continued growth of IDS throughout the French market
Now the company has added Densitron’s IDS to an impressive portfolio that includes Digigram, Lawo and OmniPlayer. Arnauld Vallin, ACE’s chief executive officer and co-founder, comments: “IDS continues to resonate with broadcast customers because of its ingenious design and unrivalled ability to connect, control and automate devices and activities in and around the studio. We look forward to raising its profile even further across the French market in our new role as an IDS reseller.”
Reuben Such, global business director for IDS at Densitron, comments: “Recognition of the system’s capabilities in broadcast and beyond has grown significantly during the last few years. Together with new and existing resellers and distributors, we have been able to introduce many more broadcasters and service providers to the feature-rich and flexible IDS platform. We are delighted that we are now working with ACE’s brilliant team to further develop the IDS customer base in France.”